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Debt to Ebitda ratios of listed companies

Debt as number of times Ebitda (Earning before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) is an important indicator of level of indebtedness of a business relative to its cash earnings available for servicing debt.

Below is graphical visualization of two variants of Debt-to-Ebitda ratios- Total Debt (i.e. both long-term and short-term) to Ebitda and only Long-term Debt to Ebitda-  of listed companies across the globe. 

The ratios, analyses pertaining to Debt represented in the below chart are based on information drawn from financials (e.g. financial statements comprising balance sheet, income statement or profit & loss account) of listed companies across the globe.